Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait denies the allegations of disruption of oxygen cylinder trucks

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New Delhi: Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has responded to allegations of disrupting the supply of oxygen in the capital Delhi amidst the havoc of Corona. Tikait has said that the allegations levelled against us are completely false.

He said, ‘These allegations are false, Highways are open. Full supply is coming from here. Can’t understand why gas companies have accused us of whose saying? Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait from the Ghazipur border said, ‘If there is a shortage of oxygen in the country, then give an excuse. This is a political statement.
Farmer organizations have not stopped any necessary supplies.’

Let us tell you, there is a huge shortage of oxygen in the hospitals of the country. At the same time, the train is also being used to deliver oxygen. Many people have accused farmers of disrupting the supply of oxygen. On which there is resentment among the farmers.

Farmers says that he is being maligned once again. What is the matter? Lack of oxygen is causing respiratory distress in front of corona patients in Delhi. Meanwhile, the oxygen supplier’s letter has been stirred up. In which it has been written that due to Ghazipur and Singhu border block, there is a problem in oxygen supply.

Inox Air Products has written this letter, demanding a green corridor from the centre. In which it was said that the agitators are blocking the highway, which is causing problems in the supply. The letter also mentioned the incident of April 19 when 235 patients lost their lives.


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